Monday, 9 November 2015

How to remove grass stains from your carpet.

When you spend quite a bit of time outside, have kids, cut the grass, or do anything else involving the outdoors, grass stains on your carpets are inevitable. You do not notice when the stain happens and are unaware that you would be making a stain. When grass is stuck on the bottom of your shoes and you walk across a carpet there will be grass stains when you look back at it. The best way to take our grass stains is with ammonia based spot cleaner. Grab a clean, unbleached cloth and dab it in the cleaner. Blot the stains on your carpet several times and then leave it alone and do not walk on it. The stain remover will automatically start working by breaking down the stain and dirt in the carpet. Wait a couple hours, and check if the stain remover is working like it is supposed to be working. When you see the stains slowly disappearing, blot them again lightly and gently and leave it alone for another few hours. By doing this process 2-3 times should be enough to remove the stains. If you see no improvement after doing this process a couple time it is time to call in a professional carpet cleaning company to remove the stains for you. And remember: Always test on an inconspicuous area first to make sure solution won't damage your carpet or area rug.

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